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In 2013, Cisco calculates that companies could produce $613 billion of mostly incremental profit by harnessing the growing networked world of people and things.
The site, which sells designer clothes, furniture, and other items, has just received an investment of $150 million from Chinese Internet company Tencent Holdings.
Creative Cloud subscriptions jumped by 221,000 to reach 700,000 in Adobe's most recent quarter. In an exclusive interview, Adobe Chief Shantanu Narayen says that is evidence Adobe is "well on our way to a very successful transition."
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After a months-long battle between Dish and SoftBank over Sprint, the satellite company abandons its $25.5 billion bid for the wireless carrier to focus on "completing the Clearwire tender offer."
Committee says activist investor's latest proposal lacks adequate financing and a remedy for the company and its shareholders if his proposal were to fail.
The chipmaker says its GPU technology could show up in other companies' processors for everything from smartphones to supercomputers in a couple years.
The company's Creative Cloud subscriber base grew to 700,000 in the second quarter, but Adobe is considering other options to woo those who don't like the monthly payment plan.
Todd Bradley steps down from HP's PC and printer unit to be replaced by Dion Weisler, a former Lenovo and Acer executive. HP is hoping the two can form an executive tag team to tackle China and Lenovo.
The chipmaker will roll out a 64-bit ARM processor in the second half of 2014.